UNL CropWatch Feb. 9, 2011 UNL Extension's Crop Production Clinics Offered on NET2 This Month

UNL CropWatch Feb. 9, 2011 UNL Extension's Crop Production Clinics Offered on NET2 This Month

Feb. 9, 2011

Program Topics

The following topics are among those covered in these programs:

  • Corn yield potential and water use
  • Using SoyWater to help manage irrigated soybean production
  • What’s New in Bt corn options
  • Resistance management and herbicide options when timely control isn’t possible
  • Land prices and cash rents
  • Corn and soybean market outlook
  • Estimated production costs for 2011
  • What to expect from a fungicide
  • Agribusiness management

If you missed this year's Crop Production Clinics or just want to replay a session you heard previously, tune into NET2 this month.

The first episode will be at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 10 and repeat at 1 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 20. It will focus on pest management, soybean disease, insect pests, and resistant weeds.

The second episode will be at 1 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 13 and repeat at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 17. This episode will focus on planting dates and planting rates.

The 2011 Crop Production Clinics provide information to help crop producers improve profitability and safety.

After the broadcasts, producers can view the clinics online at webvideo.unl.edu.

The Nebraska Soybean Board is funding the broadcasts. UNL Extension faculty conducted the Crop Production Clinics.

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